DRONE INDUSTRY IS BECOMING STAGNANT



Here we give you 5 reasons to why we believe that the drone industry may become stagnant.

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10 thoughts on “DRONE INDUSTRY IS BECOMING STAGNANT

  • October 11, 2018 at 3:07 pm
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    Of course it the market for dji style drones are becoming stagnant. With all sensors and less manual flying, they kill the joy of flying. I never was interested in dji style drones but I recently flew with a guy who actually showed me that there is a point to the dji concept and that they actually can produce interesting footage. I still would never buy one though. GPS used for forced geo-fencing can never be a good thing. I use GPS but that is only there to avoid crashing if I have a fail-safe.

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  • October 11, 2018 at 3:07 pm
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    It's not about the drone, it's about how you use it that counts! (like any tool)

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  • October 11, 2018 at 3:07 pm
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    Bonjour de Paris…just a word…Enterprise
    Yes DJI again…. still we do not even know what are the "objects" that will be put on the drone head
    I think it could be the next exiting techonolgy battlefield: creative lights, smoke machines; sound machines, weather machine…
    And guess what it could also be your next "video subject ": what would you like to see on the Top of your drone "
    ….might keep that idea for me, build a new tech company and makes a lot of money …hum finally no…. sharing is caring 🙂

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  • October 11, 2018 at 3:07 pm
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    I kind of hope that all drones end up much the same. As drones become more standard then government and private entities would have to accept them. I was talking to a representative from the National Park Service and they said they had to make rules for drones due to the lowest denominator. When NPS banned drones from parks in 2014 drone technology was not very good. ONly the top end drones had GPS, for example. Most drones sold now days have GPS, sensors and now geo fencing. DJI and the FAA are now working to fully integrate drones into airspace with the FAA through apps. As these high tech drones become cheap more people will buy them and the public will become more accepting. Look at cell phone cameras. Now everyone has smart phones with cameras. It has become acceptable to video record everything. AS the technology and safety proves itself to the public, then the public will become more accepting of drones.

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  • October 11, 2018 at 3:07 pm
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    It reminds me of the cell phone market. The first cell phone was totally amazing, then we saw better cameras, better batteries, etc…. Now there is little development until foldable screen comes out at a decent price or some other features. The drone market is at that point until the NEXT BIG THING comes out. Now we are looking at monetizing by using them for true commercial application.

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  • October 11, 2018 at 3:07 pm
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    so true…it all has lost its flavor…need to make drones without props….a magnetic drive or some sort of antigravity flight system…or make them out of clear stuff so they are invisible…lol..i would loose mine for sure then…for sure someone should make a car that transforms to a boat/sub and also into a drone….wow im excited again…thanks bro…may God bless 🙂

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